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for the u.s. chamber of commerce. they toured one of baltimore's most successful charter schools today. roosevelt leftwich is joining was the latest. >> reporter: baltimore was the second stop this morning. urlich and cane say this campaign is about getting maryland moving again. they toured the buford stem academy in east baltimore. they stressed the need for charter schools and praises the academy for its work in inner city youth. cane stressed her experience as an attorney and current job with the u.s. chamber of commerce giving her a unique perspective on the business climate in maryland. one she says has been damaged by the o'malley administration. when asked about the negative ads most marylanders are looking for something more. >> all this stuff about acting out in anger and accusation doesn't create one job or fix one train. doesn't create one charter school. unemployment is 10%. not every kid in baltimore city or the state of maryland get the opportunity these kids have. we should focus on what people want to us focus on. which is opportunity to succeed in the united states of
. >> when i run, whatever is going on, i feel better. >> she's one of 40 million cancer survivors in the u.s. for that reason, exercise is released by the american guidance of sports medicine. >> they are safe for people undergoing treatment. they are safe for people who finish their treatment. >> the guidelines are consistent with those for the general public, for moderate and vigorous activity. >> do something. find something you like to do. >> survivors may need some precaution, depending on the particular treatment and the site of the cancer, may need to slow down the exercise. >> don't push yourself. if you don't feel like it, don't worry about. see how you feel the next day. >> the main, avoid inactivity. i'm susan hendricks. >> right now for the ballpark for a baseball game that usually means the concession stands. before you grab the popcorn, number is being hit with food violations. how the food in camden yard and the stadium is ranked in the study. >> get ready to pop swap. it's a chance to clean your closet and earn cash for outgrown or never worn children's items. tomorrow is the
to johansberg where they'll do further testing. now the u.s. state department and the f.b.i. are arranging for emily's parents to catch a flight to join their daughter in johannssberg. we'll be following this story throughout the night and will have more at 1. 1:00. >>> you can get more at our web site at abc 2news.com. >>> a grand jury has indicted tshamba for shooting tyrone brown on june 5th after a verbal altercation outside of a night club. now witnesses told police they saw tshamba and brown in an argument. when tshamba shot brown several times. officer so many bay is held without bail at the baltimore city detention center without bond he is set to be arraigned on august 4th. >>> well of course a little afternoon weather across baltimore and across maryland. had some big thunderstorms out there at times today. a lot of that activity now clearing us to the east but we will still be dealing with some rain this evening. let's take a look at where that rain is right now. maryland's most powerful radar, we have been tracking the storms here all afternoon, you can check out our lates
, including those of fallen soldiers. members of the extremist group argue that u.s. military deaths are god's punishment. albert of pennsylvania, the father of a fallen marine from maryland is suing the church and the supreme court will hear the case this fall. schneider's son was killed in iraq in 2006 and west burro members protested outside of the church in westminster. >> in tonight's consumer alert, the food and drug administration announced a wide range of fresh express bagged romaine lettuce could have e. coli. the bags have used by dates of july 8 through the 12th and had an f in the product code. no illnesses have been reported. >>> kelloggs says that higher than normal amounts of certain chemicals in its package liners caused the unusual smell and flavor that prompted a recall of 28 million boxes of cereal last month. the cereal maker recalled apple jacks, corn pops, fruit loops, and honey smacks. it is reviewing information and conducting its own risk assessment. >>> heart issues linked to avandia are front and center in washington right now. what the food and drug administratio
weather out there moving through, and we are keeping a close eye. take a look at this. looking at 695 at u.s. 40 west, traffic moving at a snail's pace. we will check back in with wyatt to find out what the outlook is for the rest of the evening when we return. if you're out there, take it slow. those people are happy. 'cause they're finna have a good time, and they've got extra money in their pocket. those are happy passengers. how much does it cost for those snacks, again? nothing. [ man ] at southwest airlines, when we have a sale, it's a sale. ♪ ♪ [ man #2 ] how can you not want to get on the plane? we're saving you money. come on and get on the plane. now, that's a plane full of happy. [ all ] grab your bag. it's on. >>> this is maryland's most powerful radar. things are calming down now relatively speaking, although we do have one new storm cell tracking behind the one we had earlier. this was the storm of concern earlier, and it spawned a tornado warning on the southern and western part of town. now this thing moving out over the open waters of the chesapeake, so in the clear exce
on motorcycle, rv, and camper insurance. >>> in tonight's health alert, an estimated 18 million people in the u.s. suffer from a condition called sleep apnea. and now a new treatment option is gaining popularity. chuck roberts reported in today's health minute. >> reporter: chris marg is the father of three young boys. he's always busy with something. >> football, baseball, nonstop fighting, playing, refereeing. >> reporter: almost two years ago chris was diagnosed with obstructive sleep apnea, including snoring, fatigue and gasping for air. it is created with c pap mean which stands and with masks -- and with masks some are not comfortable. chris then turned to an oral appliance. >> the device works by bringing the lower jaw forward and it brings the tongue with it and so when you sleep the jaw or the tongue does not fall back, allowing you to breathe comfortable. >> reporter: a physician can decide if the appliance is right for you. >> the c pap was the gold standard of care. it was very effective in providing therapy. the only problem is compliance. >> it helped him return to his active life.
to the american cancer society over 38,000 people are diagnosed with pan creating cancer every year in the u.s. lamont williams explains a new surgical procedure being performed here in baltimore is giving many patients better results. >> first 10 days you couldn't tell me if i already had pancreatic cancer or precursor. >> reporter: she knows the fear of a dreaded diagnosis involving a vital organ most of us know very little about. your pancreas helps diiest your food it also -- digest your food and releases hormones that regulate sugar levels the presence of a tumour meant surgery. >>> it was a very scary time. mine was larger than my fist. >> reporter: the normal surgery known at whipple operation leaves a scar from the top of the chest to hip. >>> it is one of the biggest operations in general surgery, we remove the head of the pancreas, part of due owe dee numb and stomach and small intestings, and bile duct and reconstruct them together. >> reporter: the doctors at johns hopkins medicine are doing it lap row copically. >> this marks doing one of the largest operations in general surgery
extends and how much money was raised so far for the cause. plus, forget about vampire fever. one u.s. city was over run by zombies. why the emerald city became the city of the undead. those stories and much more coming up tonight at 11:00. >> and another hot one. >> kelly, it's amazing the vampire craze is sweeping america. >> it's huge. >> have you seen any of the movies? >> i have to think about that. >> just when i thought i would never be into vampire stuff. kelly, it's already an awfully hot evening out there. 98 out at vwi. it's an awfully hot evening here, but if you headed up to the fireworks, dress light, drink some water. your seven-day forecast hotter the next few days. relief by next weekend. >> okay, so just make it to saturday. >> yes, exactly. >> that's it for abc2 news at 6:00. we're back tonight at 11:00. have a good one. it's the little things in life that make me smile -- spending the day with my niece. i don't use super poligrip for hold because my dentures fit well. before those little pieces would get in between my dentures and my gum, and it was uncomfo
are still working to restore power to thousands of customers. because of the wicked weather, the u.s. coast guard assisted almost 80 people off area waterways. one jet skier died. 8 boat crews responded to a distress cases from the chesapeake canal. when bad weather hits, make sure you turn it our website, your source to stay safe. log on to our home page and click on our weather page. also you can sign up for weather alerts. >>> it was quite a line of gusty storms that came through last night. behind that, we have seen fantastic weather today. big improvements after what was a pretty rough evening of weather yesterday. let's look at our satellite trend across the state. quiet as a mouse. nothing on the radar. expected to stay completely dry through the rest of the evening. temperature wise, 87 at the top of the hour. 88 in d.c. annapolis is the cool spot at 82. 84 from cambridge. pleasant temperatures through the evening. we expect to see the the 80s dropping into the 70s and 60s overnight. it will be a nice evening out there. we'll talk about the outlook for the rest of the week and also
they haven't done in the best rossevelt leftwich abc 2 news. >>thanks. the u.s. naval academy says that those that completed an obstacle course needed attention after showing heat xauks. they were called around 10:00 to help four men and the course was intense and includes climbing and jumping over logs. thern on the course for 2 hours and closely monitored. >>> the and maryland department of health and hygiene is investigating why a senior center was without air conditioning for several days. a resident of the raven wood nursing rehab center called 8911 yesterday -- 911. they discovered the facility had been without air conditioning since friday. they plan to investigate why they failed to report the problem. >>> 105 degrees. that's what the thermometer read yesterday at the airport it set a new record. the last record on july 6th was 101 set back in 1999. temperatures are going to be dropping a little bit, bumajor relief expected for several days along the east coast. >> kelly, speaking of the airport, we had an another record of 101. an improvement over 105 yesterday, but you probably didn
and computer games and officers teaching kids how to play ping pong. all made possible by a grant from the u.s. attorney's office. >> kids through media and through television and movies can get a distort -- distorted view of what police officers do everyday. police officers spend a lot of time in the community. >> reporter: a sentiment echoed by the county executive ken ulman seen shooting hoops with kids. >> we're a safe county but it's because we can do these things if a proactive way to reach out to kids, reach out to kids in the neighborhood and break down the barriers between the police department and show them that they can get involved in good productive things. >> reporter: all the officers involved with the c.a.p. program are school resource officers. you see these kids during the school -- they see these kids during the school year and want to continue. >> we need to do activities where kids can relate to us on a personal level rather than just seeing us in uniform, as an authority figure. the equipment allows us to do it more personaltily. we have more things that appeal to kids t
dead heat. the poll was just released today by gonzalez research and marketing strategies. >>> u.s. representative ron paul of texas says he thinks republicans will capture a majority of the congressional seats this fall. paul told the frederick news post the country has sacrificed too much liberty. the former presidential candidate was in maryland for a fundraiser for maryland republican representative. >>> taking off those pounds was never so easy. and researchers say you can do it thanks to your exur. hear about the -- computer. hear about the latest weight loss study focusing on interactive weight management sites. and recycling. a big business in baltimore. it seems to be a case of addition by subtraction. we'll explain. boss: and now i'll turn it over to the gecko. gsir. as we all know, geico has been saving people money on rv, camper and trailer insurance... ...as well as motorcycle insurance... oh...sorry, technical difficulties. boss: uh...what about this? gecko: what's this one do? um...maybe that one. ♪ (dance music plays) boss: ok, let's keep rolling. we were on motor
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